The movement starts when your hands are even with the ball, that is, directly above the ball on a vertical line if you were looking straight across the ball to the golfer. The trick is that impact has not yet occurred. The clubhead should still be a foot or so behind the ball. That's one key point.
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When the hands have moved about one foot past the ball, the clubhead will be about three to four feet past impact, and both arms and wrists will be straight for the first time in the swing. That's the end of the impact movement. The rest of the swing is the braking action up to the finish and can be whatever you want as long as you have moved through impact in the way I described.
The down swing is initiated by pushing or transferring the weight to the other foot which basically causes you to turn you hips, then your shoulders, then your arms, and finally the golf club. The more aggressive the lower body is the faster the golf club will swing. If you are wound up properly on the back swing the sequence above will happen simultaneously.
The leveraging of the body from the ground up is not all there is to swinging a golf club. Other criteria are necessary such as: posture, grip, and aim, these are the basic fundamentals of the golf swing. Other factors, such as hand and eye coordination and confidence come from practice.
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